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5 must-read book suggestions from Nergal’s CEO Toğan Kuter Eren

22 Şubat 2021 Genel
5 must-read book suggestions from Nergal’s CEO Toğan Kuter Eren

Toğan Kuter Eren, founder and CEO of Nergal, talked about his favorite 5 books. Stating that the most important source of income of Nergal is the book, Toğan Kuter Eren says that these books, which Nergal recommended to both Nergal employees and Nergal’s users, have a great place in his success story. Here are the books that Eren says “The key to success!”

Alchemist (Paulo Coelho)

The alchemist is about the journey of an Andalusian shepherd named Santiago, starting from Spain and ending in Egypt. This adventure of Santiago, who leaves behind everything he has on a dream he sees, brings him to the truth of life as well as to his dreams. As you turn the pages of the Alchemist, you will embark on a journey within yourself with Santiago.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams)

The “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, designed by British writer Douglas Adams with great imagination, is presented to the readers with all series. The work, in which the best example of the absurd comedy is exhibited, does not neglect to immerse the reader in deep thoughts while making some laughs. This work, in which the limits of imagination is pushed, is also the kind that deserves to be a science fiction masterpiece. Get ready to explore the galaxy with this 5-volume work that you can read at once and bequeath to your children!

Animal Farm (George Orwell)

Orwell’s Animal Farm novel, which is considered among the contemporary classics, is among the most remarkable satirical novels of world literature. The author, who includes the negative aspects of more than one administration in the subtext of his novel, builds his main theme on the critique of socialism. In addition to being ideologically prone to socialism, Orwell also challenges totalitarian rule in his novel.

Brave New World (Aldous Huxley)

Brave New World takes us to the “year 632 after Ford”. The brave people of this world are bred in the Central London Incubation and Conditioning Center, which reads “Community, Identity, Stability” at its door. Since fertilization of women is forbidden and shameful, “motherhood” and “fatherhood” are seen as pornographic concepts. Conditioning, which is the basic guarantee of social stability, is provided by hypnopedia – education in sleep.

Ben Robot (Isaac Asimov)

In Ben, Robot, Isaac Asimov has collected the 9 most famous robot stories. These stories served as a guide for the robot stories of future generations, and made the robot to be taken seriously in science fiction. Asimov traces the history of robots, from robots that are incapable of talking to these stories, to machines that guard the good of humanity.

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